Presented by Theatre by the Lake and National Trust

Fells for All – Guided Walks

Tue 28 May – Thu 8 Aug
Theatre by the Lake and the National Trust have come together to Make the Outdoors More Accessible with a New Tramper and guided accessible walks along Derwent Water!

Theatre by the Lake is thrilled to announce a new partnership with the National Trust, making the beautiful Cumbrian countryside more accessible than ever before. Thanks to the generous support of the Keswick Lions, a brand new all-terrain mobility scooter, known as a Tramper, is now available for hire at the theatre.

This exciting development coincides with the upcoming Fells for All festival in 2024. Theatre by the Lake and the National Trust have joined forces to create three fully accessible walks, led by a National Trust ranger, starting and finishing at the theatre.

These walks will take place on:
Tuesday, May 28th
Saturday, June 29th
Thursday, August 8th

The Tramper allows those with limited mobility to join these walks and explore the stunning scenery of the Lake District. With its robust design and off-road capabilities, the Tramper can navigate a variety of terrains, ensuring a comfortable and enjoyable experience for all.

How to book

To book your spot on the guided accessible walks, go to the National Trust Borrowdale and Derwent Water page at:

For more information or to book a Tramper, please contact Theatre by the Lake on 017687 74411.

About the National Trust:
The National Trust is an independent conservation charity founded in 1895 by three people: Octavia Hill, Sir Robert Hunter and Hardwicke Rawnsley, who saw the importance of the nation’s heritage and open spaces and wanted to preserve them for everyone to enjoy. Today, across England, Wales and Northern Ireland, we continue to look after places so people and nature can

We care for more than 250,000 hectares of countryside, 780 miles of coastline, 1 million collection items and 500 historic properties, gardens and nature reserves. In 2022/23 we received 24 million visitors to our pay for entry sites. The National Trust is for everyone – we were founded for the benefit of the whole nation, and our 5.7 million members, funders and donors, and tens of thousands of volunteers support our work to care for nature, beauty, history for everyone, for ever.